Much of Iceland’s most spectacular scenery can be found in the south. Explore volcanoes, glaciers and hot springs, as well as the old town and harbor in Reykjavik, before heading into the hills to spot the Northern Lights.
The south of Iceland has perhaps more natural wonders than anywhere else in the world. Bleak but beautiful, our guided excursions will introduce you to the 20m high explosions of Strokkur geyser and the thundering waterfall at Gullfoss.
In Thingvellir National Park you’ll be able to watch continental plates drifting apart over a landscape of lava fields buried in snow. We also have the perfect escape from the snow and ice. Take a dip in the geothermal waters over at the Blue Lagoon.
See the famous Hallgrímskirkja church or just explore Reykjavik, a city that manages to mix stylish Nordic confidence with intimate Icelandic friendliness. By night, escape the bright lights and join a trip deep into the surrounding countryside to see the Northern Lights.
Arrive at Keflavík airport and transfer to Reykjavík for four nights. Evenings on this short break are free to dine at leisure. Perhaps splash out on a gourmet experience at Kopar Restaurant or grab a hotdog with sweet mustard and crunchy onions from the famous Baejarins Beztu cabin.
Spend the morning exploring the shops, galleries and cafés of Reykjavík at leisure before an excursion to the famous Blue Lagoon. Relax in the healing geothermal waters and apply the rejuvenating white silica mud to face and body. After dark, head out on a Northern Lights coach tour to search for the aurora away from the bright lights of the city. (B)
Day at leisure exploring Reykjavik at your own pace. Discover the highlights of greater Reykjavík. See the famous Hallgrímskirkja church and perhaps tour the beautiful Harpa concert hall and conference centre. Enjoy the Fly-Over Iceland experience – full motion seating and special effects give an exhilarating feeling of flight whilst the film whisks you across Iceland’s spectacular landscapes. (B)
Take a coach excursion to Iceland’s most popular trio of natural wonders. Discover Thingvellir National Park where the North American and Eurasian continental plates drift apart, get up close to Gullfoss waterfall and see Strokkur geyser erupt twenty metres into the air. Visit Fridheimar greenhouse cultivation centre, one of Iceland’s biggest greenhouses, before returning to Reykjavik. (B)